In this article we will describe some of the parks where it is possible to exercise outdoors. Prague has important natural areas located in different districts; we refer 5 ancient gardens of historical and cultural value in which you can freely access. Stromovka Park is one of the largest and most central parks in the […]
Dear Friends, We are sorry, but due to preventive measures taken in connection with COVID-19, starting today all public events in Czech Republic involving more than 30 people will be cancelled for a period of 30 days. For further up-to-date information concerning the emergency measures in force in the Czech Republic, we recommend visiting the […]
The Czech Republic is located in an extraordinary way in the heart of Europe, so we recommend you have a map and good information on the cheapest way to travel and get to know different places during your stay. České Dráhy is the train service of the Czech Republic that connects the entire republic and […]
The Vltava is the longest river in the Czech Republic and is considered the national river. It runs from the southeast of the Bohemian Forest and then north through Bohemia, through Český Krumlov, České Budějovice and Prague, finally merging with the Elbe River in Mělník. The Vltava River is 430.3 kilometers long and while it […]
Halima Haruna is a Nigerian artist and researcher living in the U.S. Her research interests are at the intersection of the decolonisation of knowledge and epistemology through spiritual practice. Her creative practice revolves around cultural theory based on Nigerian socio-politics, mediated through performance and video. She deals primarily with collaborative, educational and community-based projects that […]
Bernd Herzogenrath is Professor of American Studies at Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main. His latest publications include the edited collections Media|Matter (Bloomsbury 2015),Sonic Thinking (Bloomsbury 2017), Film as Philosophy (University of Minnesota Press 2017), and The Films of Bill Morrison (Amsterdam University Press 2017).
Last Saturday, February 15th we have got the opportunity to visit the Monastery of Brenov on a guided tour provided by the CU point. As part of the program CU Ambassador I would like to share this nice experience that comes with the perks of studying on the Charles University in Prague in the Czech […]